India-based gaming and esports media company NODWIN Gaming announced Thursday that it has partnered with Hyundai, Intel, Monster, TVS Raider, Opraahfx, BenQ, and ACT for the fourth edition of DreamHack India (referred in our previous reporting as DreamHack Hyderabad). A joint venture of ESL FACEIT Group subsidiary DreamHack and NODWIN, DreamHack India is a three-day gaming and pop culture conference for fans taking place Nov. 3 – 5, in the city of Nizams, Hyderabad. Last year’s DreamHack event was hosted in the city.
Financial terms of these deals were not disclosed.
Under the terms of these deals, Hyundai has been announced as the official mobility partner, India-based two-wheeler manufacturing giant TVS Raider serves as the official motoring partner, Opraahfx will be the festival’s talent partner, ACT will serve as the festival’s connectivity partner, and Intel serves as a technology partner with help from energy drink company Monster Energy. And while not a partner in the traditional sense (as those we have already mentioned), the government of Telangana has provided its support in a number of ways to the three-day event in its city.
NODIWN also noted in a release that Intel has also been named as the title partner for the CS2 Invitational tournament, with consumer electronics manufacturer BenQ joining as the tournament’s monitor partner. The CS2 Invitational will also have DreamHack mobility partner Hyundai featured as a partnered brand.
Tickets are available via DreamHack India’s official ticketing partners, PayTM Insider and MeraEvents.